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The Week In Books: August 3 – August 9

A very good week’s reading – both in quantity and quality.  Some truly excellent stuff in there – the highlights of the week were two crime novels – one for Children by Robin Stevens (which I recommended in my Summer Reads post) and the other, well you can find out tomorrow!


The Notting Hill Mystery by Charles Warren Adams

Candy Corn Murder by Leslie Meier

The Little Paris Book Shop by Nina George

The Rules of Seduction by Jenna Mullins

The Cherry Tree Cafe by Heidi Swain

First Class Murder by Robin Stevens

Bound to Be A Groom by Megan Mulry

Death of An Airman by Christopher St John Sprigg


A Very Big House in the Country by Claire Sandy

Wolf Bride by Elizabeth Moss

Dirty Bertie: An English King Made in France by Stephen Clarke

Still reading:

The Girl of My Dreams by Peter Davis

So a lot of train journeys at the start of the week (to and from work) means that the to read pile on the Kindle is shrinking – and I’ve been valiantly resisting the urge to request more books from NetGalley after writing out my August Post-It note of NetGalley books and realising I got a bit carried away.  I also got a bit carried away late at night the other day – and ordered four actual books.  And I might have bought a few e-books too.  Backsliding again…

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